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A CD input is not the method used as the code is manually inputted into the radio using the push buttons on the front.(The method / instructions are below )
The only CLARION code available for free (using a serial number ) from anywhere on the Internet is if your radio also has a BARCODE SERIAL NUMBER beginning with C7000000 + + + + on a label somewhere on the metal casing.
(There are usually two barcodes on one label. The one required is the lower one )
If you have this barcode serial number then POST ANOTHER QUESTION quoting it.
If you do not have this number then it will only be available from your Main Dealer or a Decoding Service or your local Car Radio / Audio Store who will connect a laptop to read/recode the memory chip (EEPROM)
Once you have the model# and serial # both off the back of the radio you need to car your local honda dealer and ask the parts department for the security code for the radio. and then write it down in the owners manual for the next time or next owner
I believe this radio locks itself when the power is removed for a certian amount of time. If you know what vehicle it was from and the serial numbers are intact contact Ebay item#150285665841
and he may be able to help you. Good Luck.
P.S. Auction is in Great Britain
This is theToronto model .
I have a 1987 BMW 325iC. The radio code was in a radio manual. It says right in the manual that if you don't write the code down, the radio is worthless without it. My battery died and I had to put the code into the radio. It started working again. That is why I wrote the code down everywhere I could think. I am going to engrave it into the front of the radio. If you don't have the 5 digit number anywhere around the car, or in it's paperwork, you are SOL!